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-Cotton closed in Liverpool at 10$d. for
middling uplands, and lld. for Orleans ; sales
' -Cotton closed in New York at 25?e.; sales
- ?-New York has a steam cab, which the
Times says "makes a noise like thunder."
-Miss Braddon'8 new novel will be called
'** Run to Earth." It is suggested that thc au?
thor is running it into the ground.
-Among the latest novelties is an ironing
glove to protect the hand from heat when iron?
ing. The under part is composed of several
? thicknesses of flannel. .
-There will probably be ten Quakers in the
next British House of Commons. Among
them are the two Brights, Charles Gilpin, Ed?
ward Backhouse and William Slater.
Among tho patents recently granted in
.'France is one for a strong coffer, the pcculiari
t ty of which seems to ba that if fraudulcntly
. opened it will kindle a Bengal light, brilliant
enough to assemble a multitude, who will
.firmly believe that a house is on fire.
-At an agricultural dinner in England a gen?
tleman arose to reply to tho toast of "The
Lachea," when from tho ladies' gallery came a
voico, "Sit down, sir I" He did so, with a
thump, and a lady arose and responded to the
tost, fanning herself meantime, and giving
the goi ged agriculturists a lecture on the im
spro;viety of eating by themselves while the
ladies whom they toasted looked on hunqry.
-The Saturday Review says : "Tho English
man, as he passes through tho weary wastes of
Amorican travelling, is struck principally by
th3 absence of two" thiDgs. There is no pov?
erty and there is no joviality. Of all countries
that the traveller visits, the United States is
thc most gloomy. Every- one in tho cars has
. an?ppressod and gloomy appearance." And
eg on, through u long ea?ay.
-Recent dispatches from the East Indies
:?tato that earthqualc? shocks were felt in the
Punjaub on August 20th. The catastrophe in
. Soath America ooarred, it will be recollected,
from August 13th to 18tb; it is therefor o pro?
hibi? that the two phenomena were caused by
the same convulsion of nature. As a continu?
ous route of shocks from one point to another
cn the surface of the earth cannot be traced, it
is conjectured that the force of tho internal
commotion may have been communicated
through the diameter of the earth, Encador
and India being opposite. These facts, how?
ever, may support the theory of internal fires
?.beneath the crust of the earth.
-In the recent South American earthquake,
the only person lost belonging to tho Watereo
was the boat-keeper of the gig. He was a
Scotchman named Tait, who, in this last liie
scen?, displayed the native heroism of his race.
The frail craft and its sole occupant were car?
nied on the crest of the first tidal wave, and
thrown back to shore again with the retaining
foam of ibo liquid mountain. Tait saw at once,
-And seemed to be folly aware of his impending
-doom. Seizing the gig's ensign in his right
hand, he stood for a moment erect in the stern
shoot of the boat, and waived to his comrades
a last adieu. All on board the ship looked on
.-this .tragic scene with breathless interest. He
continued to wave the American flag in the
midst of this elemental horror, but the second
recoil of the angry waters dashed the gig to
pieces, and swallowed the hardy sailor, so that
he was seen no more.
- The Wisconsin papers tell terrible tales of
'the effects of the collapse of the hop bnbblo,
the termina ti cn of the hop fever and tho fall in
-the price of hops. For some years past the
hop crop has been so abundant, prices so high,
and tho returns so large that hop-growers
were completely infatuated, and great numbers
-of otherwise sensible men were converted into
.hop monomaniacs, who thought of nothing,
talked of nothing, and cared for nothing but
.hops. Every other interest gave way to hops.
The- tumble in the price of hops has produced
widespread disaster. The farmers in tho hop
regions, since the magic reed upon which thoy
deaned has broken, are without money and
.withont bread; in short, they are left with
nothing but mortgaged farms, needy families
and ramed credit. The Wi-oonsiu papers say
?that tho result of the present stalo of affairs
wilt bo the uprooting of probably one-half the
hop yards in the State, and predict that the
recovery from so disastrous a crash will be
-M'ile Luzgel, the pretty French actress,
was recently married to Prince Tolstoi, one of
tho wealthiest young noblemen of St. Peters?
burg. The Prince 4'popped the question" in a
-somewhat unusual manner. There was a fair
?fct tho bi. Petersburg French Theatre, for tho
boacLL cf tho French hospital. Mlle Luzgel
presided over one of the stands at the fair, and
Prince Tolstoi banteringly asked her how much
she would take for a kis?. She glanced at him
rather sternly, and replied that she would not
kies any man but her bethrothed. The Prince
passed on, but returned to M'Uo LuzgcPs
. stand a quarter of an hour afterward, and said
rather thoughtfully to the young actress, "Will
you permit me to aek you another question,
Mademoiselle ?" "With pleasure, sir." "Have
yon a bethrothed?" She eyed him a moment
in surprise, and said then, with a blush and
smile, "No, sir." "Would you like to havo
one ?" "That depends on circumstances," said
she laughing. "Well, then, would you take
me ?" So saying, he handed her his card. She
was greatly astonished, and finally stammered
ont she would give him an answer next day.
.On the following morning he called at her
house, tho ro. ly was in the affirmative, and to
- day Mademoiselle Luzgel is a Princess and a
-A duel took place on the 27th, on Dutch
? territory, between M. Rochefort, of the Lan?
terne, and M. Ernest Baroehe, son of the Min?
ister. M. Ernest Baroehe i3 Master of Re?
quests in the Council of State, acd an officer of
tbe Legion of Honor. The cau?e of tho duel
was an article in the Lanterne in reference to
the recent demand of a schoolmaster named
Bochefbrt for permission to change his name.
J&. Rochof?rt thereupon asks what will happen
i M. Baroehe pere should grant the required
permission. He will bo obliged, for controver
ey sake, to change hie own name, since it is
borne by a son publicly accused of swindling,
and of malversations in the affair. Mires
caused it to be affixed with ignominy to thc
walls of Versailles. He then proceeds to taunt
M. Baroehe for having arrested all tho world
excopt his son. Thia appears to havo lcd to a
challenge from M. Ernest Baroehe, thc Minis?
ter's son, and tho gentleman alluded to. The
duel was with swords. It took place on Dutch
territory, and lasted no less than thirteen min?
utos. M. Ernest Baroehe received three
wounds, one on tho thigh, another on the
breast, and a third in tho side. M. Henri
Rochefort was slightly wounded on thc right
arm. Tho witnesses of the latter were Messrs.
Charles and Francois Victor Hugo, the two
sons of the illustrious poet; those of M. Ernest
Baroehe were M. Adolph Bclot and an officer
j of whose name we hre ignorant. Dr. Lausss
was present at the duel, and attended to the
-Thc New York Evening Mail says: "One
of the curiosities of Printing House Square-is
the huge engine which runs the Mail press as
well as many others. This is owned by a firm
in Spruce-street, between William and Nassau,
and occupies the basement of tho* building.
There is a large one hundred and fifty horse?
power engine which ruus during tho day, and
a seventy-five horse-power which relieves it at
night. From this shalting and belting distri?
bute the power in every direction. One shaft
run8acro93 Frankfort-street,supplying the Mai
audcthor ofhaes. Another crosses William
street and runs the six cylinder presses which
print the three hundred thousand copie3 of the
Ledger in its beautiful press room. Another
shaft crosses Spruce-street, runs through and
across Beekman, and even supplies presses in
Ann-street. Altogether this engino supplies
over one hundred and twenty-five presses, each
being estimated and charged so much for horse
power, according to thc estimates. It ruus
three-quarters of a milo of main shafting, be?
sides a mile or more of connecting shafts, and
;is much belting. One of these belts (au India
rubber one), one hundred and twenty feet long,
connects a fifth-story pross-room on Nassau
street with the main shafting on Spruce, across
tho intervening yards, and another ?eather ono
on Beekman-street, one hundred and forty feet
lone, perfectly peipendicular, "connects the
sub cellar and attic. This engine prints all
McLauchlin's coy books, runs tho immense
establishment of Bradstreet and J. N. Oliver,
besides many other job printers, a hocpakirt
manufactory, and several bint'erioa, and prints
nearly fifty papers, besides maaazines and
books innumerable; among them thc Mail, the
Independent, the Dispatch, the Leader, Star,
Examiner and Chronicle, Observer, Courier,
Clipper, Wilkes' Spirit, Turf, Field and Farm,
Police Gazette, La Crosse Democrat, Ledger,
New York Weekly, Literary Album, Sunday
Times, New York Democrat, Commonwealth,
Scottish American, Freeman's Journal, Tablet,
Emerald, Irish People, Irish American, etc.
Truly, a power in the world.
THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15,1868.
For President.HORATIO SEYMOUR.
For vice-President.FRANCIS P. BLAIR.
Thc result of the elections in Indiana,
Pennsylvania and Ohio is a grave disap?
pointment; but neither Radical victories
now, nor the possible election of GBANT in
November, should cause our people to aban?
don their struggle with difficulty and mis?
fortune. They have hitherto maintained a
firm front under doubts and troubles with?
out number; and :hcy must not now fold
their arms and cry that all is lost.
For this State, as for all the Southern
States, there is n higher law than?that popu?
lar creed which makes riches and prosperity
depend on the election of Democrat or Rad?
ical. Tbe election of Mr. SEYMOUR would
not, in a moment, lift the country out of
the depths, close the wounds of war, and
change the fields made desolate into smiling
towns and villages. Upon our own energy
and constancy would still depend the meas?
ure of our success. A Democratic triumph
would give assurance of a helping band
and moral aid to our people; but it would
be fraught with danger if it lessened our
fortitude and relaxed our industry. The
election of GRANT, on the other baud, could
not destroy us. It would niako our task
harder and more painful; but all the gods
in the Radical Pantheon cannot keep us in
the dust, if we firmly resolve to be stout of
heart and never to falter in the determina?
tion to work out the redemption of this
stricken Southern land.
Even though our negro government should
seem to bs permanently fastened upon us,
we know the white people of thc South;
we know the resources of our State; we
know the weakness and dependence of the
freedman; and knowing these things, we feel
that if we are true to ourselves, and do not
fritter away our time iu talk, it is simply
impossible that the black man should con?
tinue to hold the reins of government, or
that this State and this city should be long
prevented frcm growing rich in all the ele?
ments of substantial and lasting prosperity.
Thia may seem unreasoning faith; but it is
faith with works, and the root of (hat faith
is confidence in the white race, and in the
unflagging persistency of our people.
Had the Democrats carried the October
elections, no one would have doubted the
coming of better days. As it is, there is
still room for manly confidence. This is
our country, the country in which we all
must live, and with which ov fate is linked
for weal or woe. The enduring record of
an unsullied past, and an intelligent appre?
ciation of the means to a prosperous future,
alike forbid our people to despair.
Wc can yet rule the State as it was ruled
of old-by intelligence and worth. We can
yet make the country oveitlow with pros?
perity and rich in the elements of great?
ness. We can yet retrieve our every dis?
aster, and make bright our darkened page
with the gilding of hope and promise. This*
we can do, let November bring what it may.
Shall it not be done ?
MISCELLANEOUS PEOSE WOK KS. BV Edward
Bulwer, Lord Lytton. In two volumes. Sow
York : Harper & Brothers. 18C3. Charts
ton : Holmes' Book House.
BULWEE impresses the reader with the
idea that his fame has been won by hard
work. In his first literary production of
any merit-a poem in 1S2?, on sculpture
he symbolized his literary life. His s'udio
has always been thronged with models
standing thick around the half formed
'HE CHARLESTON DAII
groups through which thc incessant chisel
wrought its way, and when the perfect
forms appeared, few had such finish as not
to betray here and there the mechanical
secret of their origin and the design for
which they were put together. There is
more mind than heart in his genius-more
constructiveness than passion. His char?
acters feel cold to the touch, although often?
times the ;>0AV is so admirable, thc situation
so dramatic and the figuroso airy, so grand
or se beautiful, as wholly to disarm criti?
cism. You willingly forget that Pelham is
a ?aricature of BULWER in society, and
Pvienzi a political friend of BULWER in Par?
liament; that Glanville is a civilized "Cor?
sair," and Paul Clifford an artistic and
philosophic "Jack Sheppard;" that Zauoni
is a fable of Love's Sacrifice, and that the
terrible scene of Clifford's condemnation by
his own father is borrowed from Mrs.
LNCUUALD; for consummate art conquers
your convictions, and persuades you that the
ideal lives and the beautiful copy is a great
origin?!. The remark specially applies to
the earlier period of his literary career, to
which most of the essays now before us
belong. His later novels, although char?
acterized by the melodramatic, are, never?
theless, marvellous triumphs both of skill
and of genius. And they differ in an im?
portant particular from their predecessors,
for their moral is high and pure.
BULWER'S prose essays have been com?
paratively ignored, ou account of the trans?
cendent interest attaching to his novels.
Yet they are well worthy of attention, as
among the best of their class. Buring his
editorial charge of the ' New Monthly Mag?
azine," the author served an apprentice?
ship to this style. lu undertaking "to show
"that a gentleman could be au editor," he
succeeded in taking a high rank among
British essayists : for the sketches written
at this time and subsequently are among the
most finished and thoughtful ol his produc?
tions. They are full of movement, brilliant
with fancy aud wit, and, in their allegories,
fu'l of truth and imagination. The philo?
sophic wisdom which ever tinges his versa?
tile pen, here becomes the more impressive
beoause undisturbed in its tranquil flow by
the necessities of the narrative. The short
stories and the essays, whether airy or
grave, all have a certain family resemblance,
and lead a train of sweet and serious medi?
The first volume contains, for thc most
part, the essays of the author's mature life;
the second the lighter tketches of his youth,
if, indeed, we can apply that name to a
series which contains tho admirable "Con
"versations with au Ambitious Student in
"111 Health;" thc third, yet to appear, wi'l
coDlain the "Caxtoniunn," a collection of j
his more matured opinions. The essays on
GOLDSMITH;, Sir THOMAS BROWNE and SCHIL?
LER are charming biographies, full of?pirit
and character. In the oecond volume, we
have been particularly pleased with "Lake
"Leman and its Associations," and with the
"Influence of Love on Literature." The
introduction, which, we are sorry to say, is
badly written, reminds one of the dingy
portal of one of the Greek houses nt Con?
stantinople-it admits into a scene of beauty
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close to Fort Beauregard, both bavins doable
piazzas f terna north and south. Both Homes are
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favorable tents. The Machinery ronstris ot:
1 WOODWOBIK PLAN EB
1 TurLiu:: Machia?
2 Sash Mouklin? Ma blues
1 Power Mortice Machine
1 Shit Machine
1 Turning Lathe
3 pair Arbors at:d Pulleys
2 Foot Mortice Machines
1 Mitre Machino
1 Eoriug Machine.
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Two djo.'3 north ot' Market-streM.
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. KEH hii removed hi? Office from No. 70
Bread-stroec to No. 7t H.AS2L-STREET, two door?
eist ot'the PortaSce. Julv 21
,Y NEW-, THURSDAY ?
WANTED, IM A KESPECTABIiK PRI?
VATE family, two or three comfortable
ROOMS, with rent moderate; north ot Calhouu-st.
prefeired, ???dress ROOMS through Postoffl.e.
O-tober 15 2*
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: suppoit. and is suffering noni want. For furtber
intormation address REFUGEE through the Pest
oflice. October 9
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WEI J ER OF SKETCHES'. POETRY, Ac. Address
Miss K. F. W., Postofii-e, Chirlc-3tou, S. C.
\T~AATED, BY A Y OCX G MA? ?>F
V T Steady habits and perseverance, who can give
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they would like to give out, address sUCCKSS,
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intendent on farm or plantation, or watchman, or
any other eniplotmont that a one-armed man can
OIL Apply at No. 14 AXX-sIKEET. Applicant can
give good reterences. September 22
.ffANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, WHO
TT writes a plain and leyib'e hand, a situation
where he can earn a livelihood for the support of his
fa i Hy. >ddres3 -Penman." OFFICE DAILY NEW*.
HOUSE "WANTED.-A PUNCTUAL AND
pei mitent tenant wishes tomtit a small but
neat and pleasantly situated DWELLING. Rent
must be moderate. * Possession not required imme?
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Best of references given. Address CLERK, through
Charleston Postouioe, South Carolina.
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bas resumed thc labors of ber prolesMor.aud will I e
pleased toseotheia at her Rooms over thc store No.
HW KINO-STREET. _October 12
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III SUME1 tho Exercises of her SCHOOL FOR
YOUNG L\DIES on Monday, October 3, at No 58
Instruction given in the Freu.-h and German Lan?
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E D I C A L CO LU GE
sr.trr OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CHARLESION, S. C.
THE LECTURES TN THIS INSTITUTION WILL
be resumed on MOXDAl, ibo ?d of November. 18C8,
and continued until tili first Saturday in March,
1869. CLINICAL LI C'TURK* will bc delivered dur?
ing the Ses-ioa at thc City Hospitals bv tho Protes?
tors rf Practice of Medicine, Obstetrics nnd Surgery
-to which the Students will te admitted freo of |
cl-arge. Lxpens-s for thc Course: Matriculation Fcc,
paid once, S5; Entire Course ot Lectures, $105; Tick?
et fir Dissection, S10; Graduation Fee, S*0.
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E. GEDDINGS, M. H., Professor of the Institutes aud
Practice o;' Medicine.
C. U. SHEPARl'. M. D.. Professor of Chemistry.
H. A. KINLOCH, M. D" Fiofes-or of surgery.
F. M. ROBER ISON, M. D., Professor ol Obstetrics
and Diseases ot Women ?nd Children.
J. P. CH AZ AL, M. D .Professor of General Patholo?
gy. Pathological Anatomy and Hvgione.
MIDDLE ION MICHEL, M. D., Prulo?9vr of General
Anatoniv and Physiology.
GEO. E. TRESCO I T, M. D , Profissor of Materia
Medica and Therapeutics.
F. L. PARKER, ll. D., Demonstrator of .Anatomy
and Leetovrou Anatomy.
W. H. BAILEY, iL D.| As isbiut Demonstrator cf I
Anatomy. F. M. ROBERISON. M. D.,
October S thtu:3nic Dean cf thc Faculty.
rp A I LO Ul N O_3%0. RV G H Kl HEH
JL respectfully info rmi his friends ?md customers
that ho aa* ju;.t returned ?T-JUI New York with a full
?ssortmen' of CLOTHS, CASSlMERtS and VEST?
INGS tor Fall mc winter wear.
He has also a supply of the celebrated STAR
SHIRTS, and a general assortment ot Gentlemen's
lie invites a call au! In-p^ction cf 1rs stock at his
No. 141 KIXG-STEEF.T, WEST SIDE,
Torra doors north of Queen.
September 24 4luth-9
LONDON AND GLOBE
/ -VS U R A X C E CO M P A N Y .
?tockholders iu iiviJually responsible, by act or
ParU:u;;out. for all loused.
This ompiny cunrliiue<< to t?*ue Policies in tho
knowing fo ms. FRoM OSE DA Y TO A YEAR:
PERPETUAI. POLICIES, where a bonus ls de?
posited; FLOATING POLICIES, cov ri gall species
of Merchandise, enbraomg Cotton in any and all
parts of the cit}'aud on shipb.sird.
The two last recommend themselves for CHEAP
NE>S, aud obviate the annoyances attendant upon
rreqtie:.: ron w?ls.
C. T. LOWNDES, Agent.
september 10 tbs No. ld Broad-street.
QAP1TAL 910,000,000 IN GOLD.
RISKS AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE
TAKLN AI LOWEST POSSIBLE SATES,
DWELLINGS, STORES AND GENERAL
Q U E E X
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF LIVERPOOL ?SU LONDON.
P R O M P T PA Y* M K N T S 9Z A D F.
IN CURRENCY. 0?. GOLD IF DESIRED.
GIBBES & CO., A?rentfl,
No. 19 ADGEE'S fOCTH WHARF.
?ORNING, OCTOBER 15,
MUTUAL. LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE SUBSCRIBERS
J\_ of the South Carolina Mutual Life Insura' ce
Company will be held 7%w (Thursday) ?i'?nin0,at Ma?
sonic Hall, at half-past Seven o'clock.
Dy order. F. M. BURDELL,
October 15 < Secretary.
RELIEF LOAN ASSOCIATION
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THE
Association will be held 1 his Evening, at Ma?
sonic Hall, at hall-pant Seven o'clock. Arrears re?
ceived during th? day at No. 135 Meetiog-street, and
at the Hall in the evening.
WM. B. STE EDM AN,
October 15 1 Secretary an^ Treasurer.
DEMOCRATIC NOMINATING CONVEN?
SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.
THE HON. A. P. ALDRICH HAVING DECLINED
the nomination for Congress, auotber Repre?
sentative cf the Party must be selected. At the re?
quest, and by the authority of the state Central Ex?
ecutive Committee of the Democratic Partv, the Del?
egates to the Nominating Convention of the Second
Congressional District are therefore respectfully re?
quested to reassemble at the Hibernian Hall, in
Charleston, lin's Evening, the 15th instant, at Seven
o'clock, P. M., to Uti the vacancy.
JOHN A. WAGENEB, President.
H. C. RonEDTSov, Secretary.
October 15 fniwihl
jj" ?t. SOLOMONS, M. D.,
HAS RETURNED. OFFICE HAS EL-STREET,
I L L I A M GURNEY,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 103 East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE
sale and shipment of SEA INLAND AND UPLA>D
COTTON. Liberal advances made on Consignments
for sale in tub ma.kot, or for shipment.
September 23 Saios
S L E Y & CREIGHTON,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AVt, 1? and 143 EAST BAY.
Vessols chartered and Freights procured.
JOHN D . ALEXANDER,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. 10 Broad-street.
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS IS" THE
WRITING UP AND ADJUSIING OF BOOKS AND
ACCOUNTS of Merchants and others. Also, thc
SELLING AND RENTING, AND COLLECTION OF
RENTS OF HOUSES, fcc._October 1
Y. 1VKSTEKVELT & CO..
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
No. 23 BROAD-SIREET,
CuAitLEaTox, S. C.
BT'Y, SELL, EXCHANGE, LEASE REAL ES?
TATE in any ssctioD of thc South.
J63T- Negotiate Loans, Collect Rents, At'., Ac.
October H 3mos
J Y. WESTERV ELT,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT.
#B~ Prompt attenl ion givou to COLLECTION CF
RLNTS, OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS, Ac.
OS- Office No 2J BROAD-STREET, Cliarieston,
S. C. Imo October 13
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALES OF Rf AL ESTATE STOCKS, BOOT'S, SE
CURIlIE' AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
No. 27 II KO A D-S THE KT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Hon. HENRY BUIST. W. J. MAGRATH, Esq.,
General JAMES CONNER, T. h. WARING, Esq.
rj\ GRANGE SIMONS,
COLLECTOR AND COMMISSION AGENT,
OiCce In Planters1 anti Meehan lett' Ba nk
Building, East Bay.
RESIDENCE, No. 33 MONTAGUE-STREET.
OF! ICE HOURS FROM 10 TO ll A. M., AND 1% TO
S !? O'CLOCK P. M.,
But will c ill at Offices or Pi Kate Residences when
desired, it inf. nned by noto or otherwise.
Special attention will be given to the collection of
RENTS, BI! LS AND OUTSTANDING CLAIMS.
September 2-? Imo
JTORTH, STEELE & AVA UDELL,
WHOLESALE D KALE It j DI
FANCY G o'o D ii ,
STA HONER Y, PERFUMER Y, C UT LEB. Y,
HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS,
. WHITE GOOPS, EMBROIDERY, fcc, ic,
No. 107 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON, S, C.
J. B. STEELF. C. C. NORTH,
A. W. WARDELL, Ja. New York.
Septeu ber 13 UtllO?
E ? . II . H OPFO C K,
F ACTO r.
Churlcstou, S. C.
P. GADSDEN HAZELL. ?rao.- September 21
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
No. S3 MARKET-STREFT,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Where may be f.'und every variety of GREAT
COATS, FROCK AND DRESS COATS, Shir.s, Vu
derrires, Vests and Pautaloou.-, Drawers and socks
Hoot*. Sboes, Hat j and i ap-, Trunks, Ca:pet Ba.'*
Valise?. .Vc. FeOfJiary
?J^OGAN & SK ABROOK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS IS
No. 33 BBOAr-STREET.
ROSWELL T. LOGAN... E. RAYNARD SEABROOK
Q il . SASS,
A TTORNEY A T LA W,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
Cy Office So. 15 BROAD-STREET, over the Peo
pies, National Bauk. Mav s
J. SI ll LEPE eat ELL,
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AN L'ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AN I
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTER
ING LATHS. PAINTS. OILS. GLASSES, SHINGLES,
also, GROOVE AND TONGUE BOARDS, Ac., eon
staut?y on hand ut the lowest market Drices.
Sen:cmber 12 mthalvr
yrriLBUR & SON.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS & AUCTIONEERS
No. 5CJ Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
Borrow and loan money, attend to collection o
rents, und alt manner ot claims.
July 13 mwtiimo
?Q H A Xi L K S T O -\ TH E A T K E .
Lessee and Manager.JI>HN TEJIPLETON.
BY THE FAVORITES!
FOR THE PRELIMINARY SEASON,
The features of which will bs
SELECTED PLAYS !
Nightly appearance of
And the speedy introduction of
F L A T T K. RI CV G SUCCESS.
THURSDAY EVEKING, October 15? 1363.
First tim? in many years, the celebrate! arid jU3t'.y
popular three act Play,
DON CESAR DE BAZAS.
SPANISH SERENADE.?LA ?lAXOLA."
The roaring Farce,
Good order always observed. New Plays every
night. See tue liberal admission.
Reserved 6ea!s (armed chairs), 51; Parquette
(arra chairsi, 75 cents; back seats, 51' cenls-, boys and
children, 25 cents; colored seats, 5u cents.
43f-Doors op-n at Lalf-past Seven o'clock; com?
mence ot Eisht o'clock.
Periormoncc will bc over at ten or half-past ten
o'clock tor street cars in attendance.
October 15 1
/all ano lUintcr t?oa?s.
"VT E YV F ALL
TilE FINEST STOCK IM THU CITY".
MENKE & MULLER
TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TIT\T
they have opened at their New Establishmei.''.
No. 392 KTNG-STREeT, opposite Society, the finest
Mock of FALL -?ND WINTER GOODS for Gentle
men's wear which can bc lound in the cltv, embrac?
ing the Choicost BROADCLOTHS, FRENCH DOE?
SKINS, VELVET AND SILK VESTINGS, fcc, which
will be made ap to order.
Ihey have also on hand a large assortment of
REAl'Y-MADE CLOTHING, of all descriptions,
selected with great caro, and of tl e verv latest styles,
consisting of Business and Dress Suits, Overcoat,
kc, and a fuU stock of Alexandre's Kid. Cashmere
and Buckskin Gloves, Cravats, Shirts aud other Fur?
Satisfaction guaranteed in every case, aud_pric?3
to suit tho timrs. A. MENK'-,
(1'orrncrlv of DO.IBAOI A- MESSS.)
(Formerly of MCLI.ES RBOTBXBS.)
October 13 tilths '?mos
prij ^IJO?IS, Ctr.
Q T?A08S & V A ACE,
No. 130 MEETING-STREET,
ARE NOW RECEIVING A NEW, 1- I'LL AND WELL
selected stock ot'
DOMESTICS. FOREIGN DBI GOODS, FANCY
ARTICLES AND NOTIONS.
sui Ale to the Fall Trade. Au examination of stock
and price? is respectfully solicited. AU ordrrs pn"o
tnaUy tilled. An agem in New York will furnish a'tp
pUes of New Goods by every (steamer.
Julv 30 3tnos
O S I E R Y , G L O \- E S ,
FURNISHING GOODS, TAILOR'S TRIM?
MINGS, FANCY GOODS, AND SMALL
JOUS S. FAIRLY' ?i CO.,
NO. 37 II A Y X E-S T R E E T,
BEG TO INVITE TH". ATTENITON OF THEIR
city and country customers, aud the trad : generally,
to "their complete and attractive a-sortm:ut ot the
ab ave mentioned Goods.
Our PURCHASING PARTNER is constantly in the
NEW YORK MAPKET, aud weare thereby enabled
to offer peculiar advantages to our customers in both
We would also invite an elimination of
COLBY'S VERTICAL SELF-ADJUSTING
THE OXLY FAULTLESS SK'RT MADE,
For which we are SOLE AGENTS in this city.
September 24 nie th.stulmo
QHKAP DRY GOODS! CHEAP DRY'
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE RECEIVED,
and are receiving, by every steamer, large invoice- of
the CHEAPEST FALL GOODS which have ever been
offered lu this market. City rs well as country buy?
ers can save iroui fifteen to tweutj-tlve per cent, by
buying tbe'r Goods trom tho above firm.
A lot ol' Dress Goods, irom 20 to 25 cents ;.er yard
liest Iri^h Poplins, from 30 to 50 cents per yard
calicoes, at lu, 12,lX ind 15 cents uer yard ibes'.!
Ualmor.il Skirts, from SI 25 up
S-l White Table Damask, only SI per yard
Brown Linen Damask, only O', cents per;ard
Worsied Table Cloths, from 31 25 up
Linen Towels, from 15 cents up
A large assortment ol Whi c and Colorea Hansell at
very low prices
SOO pair of Blankets, bought tWeaty-Svo ?er c?at. bo
low inst, will be sold from ?3 up
Colored Qoilts, from SI 75 lo S2
White Marseilles Quilts, 10-1, 11-4, PM, frjm 32 50
Ladies'English Hese, without seams, irc-ai 37 to 50
Jean from 20 t ) 25 cents [best!
Satuets. from 50 to 75 cent?
A laig^ qanbty ol the lates! style of Cassim;-:?s, irom
SI to SI 50
Ladies' Black Broadcloth, from 32 to S3.")
A i aiiety ot shaw a, at i% S2 50, 33, 30 50, 34, and 35
Brown and White shining, at 10, 12:. and 15 cents
Alsi, fine branches cf White Shirting a: very low
prices! *i ,
Ladies' nnd?Ger*i's Undorveir at d;uc"eut pr: tes
German Hose, from 10 cents up
Gent's sockj. from 10 up to SO cents
'1 he nest French Corsets, Lom 75 . eats t: 31
Thc latest style of Felt a id straw Hats
Trimtnings, Buttons, Ribbons, kc, at th? low?St cas'j
J9ST Remember the CHEAP STORE, at the
CORNER OF CALHOUN' AND KING SIREi-IS.
WE AL'-'O NOTIFY OUR PAT RONS AND THE
public in general that we have built an addition to
our Store, exclusively for ROOTS, >HOE-. HAT.-.
TRFNKs, kc, which will be sold at the lowest cash
Cull and examine our Stock.
#5? ENTRANCE IN CALHOUN'-S i REEL
FURCHGUTT & BRO.,
No. 437 KINCoTREET.
Septembe . 21 3mo
'^ylLLIS ? CIUSOLM,
FACTOBS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEN L? TO THE PURCHASE, SALE ANC
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domesti-: Ports', ol
COTTON. RICE, LUMbER AND NAVAL STOP.Es.
ATLANTIC WHARF. Chavleston, S. C.
E.WILLIS.A. P.. cHISOLM
J M PO RTE RS OK
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, &C,
And Dealers in
17/0 ICE FA MIL Y ORO CIR IES.
WM. 9. CORWIN A CO.
flS-Goods delivered tosll paris ot the City.
October 15 ths2
?roccries uni fiUsatomms.
BUM OM BE APPLES.
UBBL*. CHOICE APPLES. FOB SALE LOW,
in ?oil to suit purchasers.
J. B. E. SLOAN.
October 15 1 Brown's Wharf.
P AS! PJ2AS! PEAS!
QA A BC-HELS PEAS, TO BE SOLD AT BE
?UU D?CELi prices bv
RIEPPE A- LILIENTHAL,
October 15 2*_No. 26 Lcaufain-street.
HA? ! HAY !
r f\r\ BALES PUI1IE N. E. HAY. JF.'LL BE
0\J \J sold low in lots to suit purchasers.
October 15 2_J NO. CAMPSEN t CO.
SEW HULLED BUCKWHEAT,
BTRDSALL BROS.' BEST NEW HULLED BUCK?
HIRAM SMIIH'.S B?ST FAMILY FLOUR
CLAUiSEN MILLS FAMILY FLOUR, in quar?
ter, halt and whole sacies
EIDAM and ??a
SA? SAGO CHEESE.
A full supply of the above just received at the]
CO-OPERVT1VE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corner Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered free. October 15
~C?AL. PEU "ALICE LEA."
A Cid ?0X? SUPERIOR R. A. COAL,UNDING
rr UU as above, consisting of Egg an. Stove
size-, and ot a quality that cannot be surpassed. We
invite the attention of consumers, whose o.ders will
mett with a prompt response.
H. F. BAKER & CO ,
Coal Yard Cumberland-street.
October 15 1
GRAIN, FLOUR, HAY, &c.
1 A AAA B?sHELS IENNE9SEE CORN
X\J?*J\J\J 2000 bushels Baltimore Grinding
500 busheU Tenncsaee Oats
1000 bushels Cow Peas
500 bales Prime North River Hay
150 I bis. 1 xtra Flour-Northern
50U sacks Fimily and Extra Flour-"Camp=ea
Seed Rye, Oats and Wheat
All of wbieh will be sold low.
October 12 mth3w JNO. CAMPSEN A CO.
BYE FLOUR, BRAN, SHORTS,
i AA BBL? AyD SACKS No. 1 RYE FLOUR
Lv/U '.00 bbls., half, quirtcr and eighth bbl.
bags Family and Extra Flour.
All fresh ground at his Mill, of selected Southern
Fresh BRAN at 25 cents and shorts at 32 cents per
bushel, with djsrount to tho trade, for ?ale comer
Cumberland and State streets, by
October 8 thmtb3 F. W. CLAUSSEN.
QA/ i A YARDS lh? LBS. DUNDEE BIGGING
O\J ' 1U 100 bag j Kio, Lagu .yra and Java Coffee
100 bi l.-., hhds. and tierces Muscovado and common
100 bbls. and hhds. Refined and Muscovado Sugars ]
100 bbls. Flour
10'J sacks Salt
200 boxes Soap and Candlf s
50 chests Green and '?lack Tea
50 cases Oysters, Lobsters and Sardines in cana.
For sale low by CLAClUS A WI I'TE,
Octobers_thtuS_No. 80 East Bay.
FRENCH AND CATAWBA
r A AND 10.8 CASKi FRENCH AND CATAWBA
10-1 casks Hol'and Gir ?nd Scotch Whiskey
50 bb's. Cabinet, Neeta.- aud other Whiskers
10 bbls. Jamaica and st. Croix ttuoi
50 quarter casks Madeira, Sherry, Port and Malaga
100 cases Rhenish. Claret and Pautern Wines
50 cases Bitter?, Russ' and other kinds
50 c.ises Champagne, imported and imitation
100 M. Cigars ofdifferent grades
500 lbs. Durham Smoking Tobacco
5i) boxes Chewing Tobacco
30 casks Bottled Ale and Porter
SOOf Demijohns of every size
100 hampers Wine Bottles.
For sale low hy CLACIUS & WITTE,
October 8 thtu.5 No. 86 East Bay.
HAMS ! HAJIST
<T)(\ TIERCES SUGAR-CURED HAMS-HAMIL
tmt \J TON a BRO. Excelsior Pccdeo, of superior
flavor aud quality
25 hhds. WcH'.eru Shoulders, prime
10 hhas. Bulk Clear Rib Sides
20 boxes Clear smoked sides.
In store, aud tor sale bv
October lt_2_East Bay.
WESTERN KULK BACON
C)( \ HHDS. CLEAR RIB SIDE*, DRY SALTED
?i\j ?j hhds. Cir ar sides, smoked
10 bads. Shoulders, smoked.
Just received, and for salo hy
October 1 Fast Bay.
EWAVft SEA ISLAND COTTON
EWAN'S SEAISLJND COTTON BAGGING FOR
tale by W. C. BEE A CO.
October 13 tuths3
BORNEO BAGGING !
IMA BALES BORNEO BAGGING, OF EXTRA
JA'v/ weight and width.
For .-ale by GEO. A. TREN HOLM A SON.
October 3 stuthlS
?NGLlSH,??OTCH AND IRISH
PORTERS AND ALES.
Iii PORTED DIRECT'TO THIS MARKET.
CASKS "R. B. BYASS" BROWN STOUT, QUARTS
- caiks "lt. B. Byass" .-tout Porter, quarts and
- casks "Findlaior" Dublin Stout, pints
- tasks " Ba>s" E. 1. Ale, pints
- casks "Kuox A Sons" "Alloa" Ale, pints
- casks "leunent's" Pale Ale, pim."
- casos "Deverrish" Coaiupagnc Ale.
For sale at reasonable rates bv
JAMES BANCROFT, JR.,
Oct' ber J_thl No. 06 East Bay.
GREAT REDUCTION JUST MADE.
HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS WITH SOME
of ihc best importing houues of New York
and Philadelphia, we aro now euallcd to offer our
stock ol' WHISKEY, Brandv. Port, Madeira, -^erry
and Claret Wine?, Hure Holland Gin, London Porter
and Scotch .V.c. Stouton's Bitters, Ac, it greatly re?
Par.K-s in want of any of thc above abietes, w-.u'.d
do well to cive us a call bet re purchasing elsewhere.
Qui'-k Sales and Small Prolits is our motto.
BYRNE k FuiiARlY,
No. 452 King-street, orner John-s'reet,
Charle-ton, S. C.
OLD KEN1UCKY BOURBON WHISKEY, per ga'.
Old Monongahela Bye Whiskey, per gaUon.2 23
superior Monongahela Rye Whiskey, per gal-2 50
C'ioice Old Monongahela Rye Whiskey. X.2 SO
Choice OM Monongahela live Whisk' y, XX.3 00
l holce Old Monongahela Rye Whiskey, XXX... .3 25
Cid Neel ir.100
Pure Hol'and Gin.4 CV)
l iue OM Burgandy Port Wine.3 C"
Tino ('ld Madeira Wine.3 00
Fine Old Sherry Wiue.3 00
stoutou's iItters, per bottle. 75
Loudon Porter, warranted, perdozvu bottles....3O')
Engl sh and scotch Ale, per dozen bottle-.J 00
Claret Wine, per dozen bottles.6 00
Port Wine, per dozen bottles.7 50
Madeira Wiue, per dozen bottles.7 50
sherry Wine, per dozen bottles.7 50
Whiskey, per dozen bottles. .6 to 12
Gio, per dozen bot'jts.12 OJ
A discouut of ten per ceut. will bc all .-wed on ail
bills of S50._Imo_( 'ciober C
H. & IL WR. CATIIERWOOJI'S
EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
IN OB DER TO FACILITATE THE SUPPLY OF
OUU PURE OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WHIS?
KEYS lo our tonner numerous customers at the
south, we have appointed Minara. II. GERD IS A
CO. our Agents, who, by th?s arrangement, are
enabled to supply the trade ot prices wLich will en?
H. A H. W. CATHER WOOD.
II. & II. W, CATHERWOOD'S
EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
?r A BBLS. OF THE ABOV ? FAVVRtTE WHIS
0\J KEYS, cousis?ngof X. XX. XXX XXXX.
and NECTAR and CABINET BRANDS, and aiso of
Now landing, and for sale low by
H. GERDTS A CO.,
September 4 2mos No. 195 East Bay.
COAL! COAL i !
JOHN" S. IIORLBECK,
(OFFICE EAST BAY, OPPOSITE UNION
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
the public that he has commenced the COAL
AND GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
solicits a share of their patronage.
August 17 3aio